Winter Boots

Winter Boots Guide

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Winter is here, so keep on walking with some winter walking boots. Our range of winter boots are designed to keep your feet warm, dry and comfortable – whatever the weather.

Once winter hits you’ll need walking boots that are tougher than your lightweight summer boots if you intend to get out into the hills. Winter boots are made from tougher, more durable materials, designed to keep your feet warm, dry and comfortable – even in the worst of conditions.

Take a look at some of our favourite winter boots:

SL Active

The SL is the 9th generation of this classic, really tough trekking boot, now even more luxurious and comfortable, while still being fully compatible with C1 walking crampons.

The SL is built using a 2.8mm Sherpa leather (the toughest and most water-resistant of any full grain leather SCARPA uses) impregnated with HS12 and build as a one piece construction for durable weather protection.

Manta Tech

The Scarpa Manta has been an icon for over three decades. As a multi award winning model in various generations it has represented the “benchmark” in 4 season boots.

Warm, waterproof, and tough as nails, the all-new Manta Tech is our generalist winter workhorse featuring a tough suede leather, upper, insulated GORE-TEX® lining.

Winter Boots

Ribelle Lite

The Ribelle Lite is a ground breaking mountain boot, designed for fast moving mountain walking and Via Ferrata. Compatible with C2 crampons with a flex bar.

The upper of the Ribelle Lite is a lightweight microtech fabric with a direct lamination H-Dry membrane: fully waterproof and highly breathable, without absorbing water.

Crampon Compatibility

Our winter boots come with a crampon compatibility rating: B1, B2 or B3, referring to the stiffness of the boots.

It is essential to get the right crampons for your winter boots as the wrong crampon can cause damage to your boot and may not be suitable for the activity you are doing.

If you are mountaineering this winter check out Di Gilbert’s guide to winter mountaineering. In this blog Scarpa Athlete Di Gilbert takes us through how to stay safe while winter mountaineering.